Existentialist source, defining the experiencing scope of his poetry in the collection “Fading out”, is the best construed in several Grafenauer’s thoughts when he contemplates the inevitable loneliness and the focus, the only places where he can test out himself as the one comprising a plethora of experiences, perceptions, impressions, traumas,… At the same time he needs both the words and the language to build up the organic wholeness out of life experiences in order to vocalize his poetic voice. All of these would be impossible if the author did not speak from the very edge of himself where liveliness of his poetic expression settles down in the shadows that life casts upon the eternity. The other extreme, opening up in the notion of beginninglessness, is very closely related to what the expressions “Einsweh” or “nostalgia for the gone-by” try to interpret. It is quite obvious that Grafenauer’s existentialism, despite us being prone to “forget” the beginning and the ending, i.e. despite the dictature of the moment, neither can be avoided, which basically means that no matter what our own individuality cannot be surpassed and generalized into a condensed human “eternity”. Therefore that reality as “nostalgia for the gone-by” evokes true beginninglessness belonging to the origins without a man, who merely invented word for it, thus revealing the whole deception of an illusion of the universality of life. God, eternity, endlessness on one hand, and the individuality on the other thus meet with the beginninglessness in time.